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Solving Space issues with Slide Out Baskets

About two weeks ago, I did a blog post about Slide & Stack baskets and how many versatile ways they could be used to help organize throughout the house.  Similarly, I thought I would share how the Under Shelf Basket works in many areas in my house.
The Under Shelf Basket clamps down to wooden or solid surface shelves and allows you to take advantage of “dead space”.
Here are four ways I have used them:
Pull out pasket
Please post any creative ideas you can think of beyond what I have listed by Tuesday, May 26th at 1pm EST for the Under Shelf Baskets.  Shannon who works on the Kitchen Products team will judge the best creative idea and we'll send the winner a case of Slide Out Baskets to get organized! 

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7 Responses to Solving Space issues with Slide Out Baskets

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  3. Lauren May 26, 2009 at 12:58 pm #

    Shannon picked a winner – congrats Monica! We’ll mail you the case of sliding baskets!

  4. HolleyV May 24, 2009 at 5:00 pm #

    Not sure if I can put in another idea, but I’ve got a table in my craft area that could use the baskets for my scrapbooking papers, stickers, and embellishments including rubber stamps and ink pads.

  5. HolleyV May 22, 2009 at 1:01 pm #

    Oh, I need those! We just bought an old chest with those sliding baskets in mind. We’ve got it in the office and are going to put the phone books and papers to be sorted in them with room underneath for some boxed items.

  6. shannon May 22, 2009 at 11:12 am #

    I think these would be great for the babies room. Babies items are so tiny and small, you could have a basket for socks, shoes, hairbows, and other baby items that you would need to use in the babies room. You could attach the baskets to the shelves in closets, armore of more.
    Another idea, is to use these baskets to hold your craft supplies or scrapbooking supplies. Great way to keep the items organized, and within reach!

  7. Monica Ricci May 20, 2009 at 5:49 pm #

    I’m thinkin’ inside an entertainment center armoire for holding extra cords, cables, adapters, etc. for video games. Also, another one inside an entertainment armoire for holding DVDs.
    I have a fold-down table attached to the wall in my laundry room. A slide basket would be cool there to hold stuff that I need to remember to take out of the house with me (the laundry is attached to the garage)
    Also, if your pantry doesn’t have adjustable shelves (which it should, by the way) you can use up some of the wasted space by putting in a sliding shelf basket to hold small stuff like cans of tuna, cat food, etc.

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